Kane strikes again for England
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Sun 18 November 2018, 16:05|Tottenham Hotspur
Harry Kane struck again for England to secure a dramatic late win against Croatia in the UEFA Nations League.
The skipper was there when it mattered five minutes from time as the Three Lions came from 1-0 down to win 2-1 at Wembley on Sunday. He also claimed an assist for Jesse Lingard's equaliser.
It means England win Group Four of League A to reach the finals of the inaugural UEFA Nations League in Portugal next summer. Portugal have also qualified.
Eric Dier joined Harry in the starting line-up. Dele Alli came off the bench after 63 minutes as England chased the game 1-0 down. Harry Winks remained an unused substitute.
Both teams needed a win to leapfrog Spain, secure the group and qualify for the finals of the new competition.
England dominated the first half and missed chances. Harry scooped over from close range and had another goalbound effort blocked before goalkeeper Lovre Kalinic tipped his follow up around the post.
Croatia took the lead against the run of play after 57 minutes when Andrej Kramaric's shot deflected off Eric and floated into the top corner.
Harry's prod towards goal from Joe Gomez's long throw was turned home almost on the goal-line by Lingard to level the scores with 12 minutes remaining and the comeback was completed on 85 minutes when Harry slid home from Ben Chilwell's free-kick.
That was Harry's 20th international goal in 35 caps.
Shock for Toby and Belgium
Toby Alderweireld played the full 90 minutes as Belgium let slip a 2-0 lead against Switzerland to lose 5-2 in UEFA Nations League action in Lucerne on Sunday.
Benfica's Haris Seferovic scored a hat-trick for the Swiss who win League A, Group Two to join England and Portugal in the finals of the new tournament next summer.
Serge helps Ivory Coast to finals
Serge Aurier's Ivory Coast secured qualification for next year's Africa Cup of Nations finals with a 1-1 draw against Guinea in Conakry on Sunday. The defender claimed an assist for Jean Michael Seri's equaliser after Mohamed Yattara put Guinea 1-0 up.
Both teams have made it through to the finals in Cameroon next summer.
Debut for J'Neil
Academy youngster J'Neil Bennett made his debut for England Under-18s in a 3-1 friendly win against the Republic of Ireland in Spain on Saturday. J'Neil was joined by team-mates Paris Maghoma and Luis Binks in the starting line-up as England scored three times in the last 15 minutes to secure victory. All three now face Belgium on Monday.
TJ Eyoma put in a full shift as England Under-19s beat Iceland 3-1 in European U19 qualifying on Saturday. That made it two wins in two for the U19s in Turkey and TJ now prepares to face the hosts on Tuesday.
Goalkeeper Jonathan De Bie was an unused substitute as Belgium Under-19s drew 1-1 against Malta in European U19 qualifying on Saturday.